UK Has Europe’s Highest Level of Permanent ImmigrationThe United Kingdom is subjected to the highest amount of permanent immigration in Europe, and the second highest of any country in the world, only surpassed by the United States, according to new figures.
The OECD's 2011 International Migration Outlook report said that the UK took in 397,900 ‘permanent migrants’ in 2009, more than European neighbours Italy, Spain, Germany and France, and more even than huge landmasses like Canada, Australia and Russia.
The report ranked the immigration rates of 25 of the majority of the world’s leading countries by the number of permanent immigrants taken in each year, and only the USA had a higher total in 2009, of 1.1 million.
Additionally, the UK also showed the second-highest increase in the number of immigrants on the previous year, a 14.5 per cent leap from 2008 to 2009. The only country with a higher rise was Mexico.
The results are even more glaring when taking into account the fact that international migration worldwide actually fell in 2009, with immigration rates down in the majority of OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) countries in that year. (OECD countries comprise 34 of the world’s richest and most influential states, barring China, India and Russia.)
The main exporter of immigrants to OECD countries was China, with 468,000 nationals emigrating. It was followed by Romania (255,000), which had by far the highest number of emigrants per million of the population, India (226,000), Poland (226,000) and Mexico (180,000).
The UK had the eighth-highest number of emigrants, evidencing the hurtling demographic change taking place in Britain today.
The highest percentage increases of emigrants to OECD countries were from Iraq, which saw a 22 per cent rise in emigrants, followed by the Dominican Republic, with 21 per cent.
Of course, the number of ‘permanent immigrants’ is well below the actual immigration figure, which for the last recorded year was 586,000, a number which itself excludes tens of thousands of ‘temporary’ workers who allegedly do not stay in Britain more than one year.
Only the British National Party will stop the immigrant invasion to which our fair land is currently subjected. If you want Britain to remain British, you must get involved with the British National Party now, before there is no country left to save.